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Days of '47 Qualifying Event

2019 Rodeo All-Star Champions

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Will Lowe - Bareback

Will Lowe

Bareback Riding
3x RAS Champion


Hometown: Canyon, TX
Age: 36
Association: PRCA
About: Three time NFR World Champion. Finished 15th in the world in 2018. Placed in two rounds of the Wrangler NFR before missing the last two rounds due to injury. Joined the PRCA in 2001. Will has been a Rodeo All-Star Champion three times – 2013, 2016 and 2019.  [read more]



Shali Lord - Barrel Racing

Shali Lord

Barrel Racing


Hometown: Lamar, CO
Age: 38
Association: WPRA
Horse: Freckles Ta Fame “Can Man”
About: Currently ranked 9th in the world standings for 2019. 2015 Rodeo All-Star runner-up. Married to Phy, they have a son, Slade and a daughter, Stealy Bell. The Lords live on their family ranch and have a cow calf operation. 


  


Preston Louis - Bull Rider

Preston Louis

Bull Riding


Hometown: Browning, MT
Age: 25
Association: INFR
About: Two time INFR Tour Champion – 2010, 2015. Brother to former RAS Champion, Dakota Louis.


Travis Gardner

Saddle Bronc Riding


Hometown: Mt. Vernon, AR
Age: 26
Association: IPRA
About: Joined the IPRA in 2016 and won IPRA Saddle Bronc Riding Rookie of the year. He also finished third in the IPRA World Standings that year. In 2018 he finished second in the IPRA World standings. 


 

Mason Carter - Steer Wrestling

Mason Carter

Steer Wrestling


Hometown: Checotah, OK
Age: 
Association: IPRA
About: 



Justin Thigpen, Kyle Crick - Team Roping

Justin Thigpen & Kyle Crick

Team Roping


Hometowns:
Thigpen – Waycross, GA
Crick – Lipan, TX
Association: IPRA, PRCA
About Thigpen: Justin won the 2019 CINCH Timed Event Championship and went home over $100k richer. 2018 IPRA Steer Wrestling and Tie-down Roping Champion. In 2017, he was the IPRA All Around & Tie-Down Roping World Champion. 2017 RAS Steer Wrestling Champion


 


John Douch

John Douch

Tie-down Roping


Hometown: Huntsville, TX
Age: 25
Association: PRCA
About: Finished second in the 2017 College National Finals Rodeo. In 2016, John won the PRCA Permit Holder of the Year Challenge. He is currently 39th in the World Standings.


 

Congratulations


2019 Rodeo All-Star Champions!